Jenny Lindfors
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Jenny Lindfors

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The best kept secret in music


"Irish Times"

"This Dublin girl found inspiration from her musician father's record collection - must have contained lots of Joni Mitchell, Laura Nyro, Carole King and Grace Slick, judging from these shimmering, soulful folk-rock tunes. Lindfors may have borrowed her dad's elpees, but that superb, subtle voice is all her own." Kevin Courtney - EP review

"MQ Magazine"

"It is her remarkable voice that has won many plaudits. Gracefully sincere, and with strong bluesy undertones, Jenny's vocals are a luxurious delight...."
Keith Johnson
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"Sunday Independent"

"One of those rare voices that just takes over, and almost eclipses the singer with the size of it's feeling."
Julia Molony, Sunday Independent - Big me up

"Irish Examiner"

“Jenny Lindfors will melt your heart with her lush voice.”
Leagues O'Toole, Irish Examiner - Article on HWCH

"In Dublin"

"The vocal equivalent of belgian chocolate, and just as soothing to the soul"
Ciara McDonnell, In Dublin - Article on upcoming acts

"Irish Examiner"

"An acoustic gig on guitars, banjo and percussion offers a rather 1970's folk-pop sounds, with elements of blues, soul and even jazz in there too."
Jackie Boland, Irish Examiner - Article on Jenny


Carry us away EP (2005)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Jenny Lindfors is a Dublin-based singer/songwriter and vocalist who also performs with the Happy Gang collective, playing guitar, banjo, vocals and percussion. She released her debut EP "Carry us away" last year to widespread critical acclaim (The Irish Times described it as "shimmering, soulful, superb"), and toured the country extensively, also opening for Rodrigo y Gabriela, Mundy, The Devlins, Perry Blake, Johnathan Rice and Guggenheim Grotto. She also works as a backing vocalist and has added her vocals to the soundtrack of The Halo Effect; a Lance Daly film featuring Stephen Rea, which was nominated for Best Music at the Irish Television & Film Awards in 2004. She can also be heard covering Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas on a Christmas Charity album entitled Its All Bells and she provided backing vocals on the upcoming Mundy single, Soulmate. She has just completed her self-produced debut album, scheduled for release Autumn/ Winter '06. The tracks here are just three from the album.